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|Brien Gibson||Saratoga Springs Cemetery|
There are four people listed in the Saratoga Springs Cemetery with the surname Brown, and one person that needs to have Brown added to their memorial name. Here is the list of memorials with the various maiden names added:
Harriet Jane (Pilcher) Tatman Brown #74,514,444
Henry Brown #74,513,530
Samuel B. Brown #74,513,523
Mary J. (Branson) Brown Casey #74,515,281
Eva Cornelia (Brown) Womack #6,760,821
Harriet Jane (Pilcher) Tatman Brown #74,514,444 was the third wife of James M. Brown and the mother of Eva Cornelia (Brown) Womack #6,760,821. She was originally married to Hiram Tatman.
Henry Brown #74,513,530 was presumably the son of James M. Brown and his second wife Lydia. James and Lydia had a son named Henry, and although not definitive, this is most likely him.
Samuel B. Brown #74,513,523 was presumably the son of James M. Brown and his second wife Lydia. James and Lydia had a son named Samuel, and although not definitive, this is most likely him. Samuel was the husband of Mary J. (Branson) Brown Casey.
Mary J. (Branson) Brown Casey #74,515,281 was the wife of Samuel B. Brown.
Eva Cornelia (Brown) Womack #6,760,821 was the daughter of James M. Brown and Harriet Jane (Pilcher) Tatman Brown and the half sister of Henry and Samuel.
At this time I do not know where and when James M. Brown and Lydia died.
Brien Gibson (F.A.G. #47939442)
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Mary Scoggins #56837308|
Thet habe her Masonic Terrace 10 LOT 21 Space 8
|Charlotte Ann Price||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 6716843|
William Thomas'Pink' Ainsworth 1823 –
Martha Baggett Ruffin 1827 – 1908
If these are the parents which I believe they are: can you add this to #6716843
Thanks so very much for the information.
I have Harriet Demaris Ainsworth (Born: 1861) as a sister.
Charlotte Ann Price
|Charlotte Ann Price||Find A Grave Memorial# 6716843|
William Pinkney Ainsworth
Do you happen to know his parents names?
Thanks Charlotte Ann Price
I see you added Darren's Father George Ross to Find A Grave, and you are his step-daughter. I went to high school with Darren at Dulles HS in Sugar land. Darren was the most amazing piano player I have ever seen. We lost touch with him after HS. I think that he got a full ride scholarship to HBU, but ended up not going. We all loved him dearly. He was in choir, jazz band and theater arts with us too. Do you have any info that I could add to his memorial about things he did after HS? I heard he was playing in a Christian Band with his son, but I am not sure. Let me know!! Thanks DeDe Sullivan Find A Grave# 46519357
I wanna make his memorial special b/c he was very special to us!!!
Added by DeDe on Aug 12, 2011 11:07 AM
Are you realted to the Mannings in Missouri?
My gg grandfather was named Samuel R. Manning. He was also from Alabama, He moved to Lawrence Co., Missouri, married Mary Jane Woolf in Missouri, then they moved to Knoxville, Ark. I would like to know who his father and mother, and if he ever had any siblings.
Added by bailey on Jul 11, 2010 12:04 PM
|Jr. McKay||Warren Eberly|
You have a duplicate entry for Warren Eberly in the Fields Store Cemetery, Waller Co, TX. Please work with the other owner to combine you information and reduce the entry to one.
Find A Grave Keeper for Waller Co, TX
|Peggie Hogan Moseley||Crouch Family|
You might want to add the relationship links for Alex H. Crouch. His father and mother are buried in Bronson Cemetery in Sabine County, TX. Alexander Hamilton Crouch was the son of Dr. George Washington Crouch and Sarah Jane Tucker. Alex was my mother's first cousin.
|naomi waldrop||Crouch research|
Hello Miss Barbara.
I'm Naomi Waldrop. I have been tring to find out about a family buisness of Crouch Furniture.
I bought a 1930+ dining table in Lake Charles La.
On the chair set it said Crouch Furniture.
No one knew nothing abouit this Co. I went to genealogy library & found city directory found the Co, and in 1942 Alex H. and Earline had the buisness that was Crouch became Honneycutt Furniture. I am not family, just a purchaser of this set at a flea market.
Please contact me, I have questions.
Love the photo of Mr. Alex H. Crouch very distinguished.